A family inside and outside the workplace

Wet stack from Kahe units 3 & 4, which acts like a chimney. When electricity is made, steam is produced and exits through the top of the wet stack.
David Ishimoto, Hawaiian Electric control operator, checking the power plant equipment.
Steam exiting at the top of the wet stack at Kahe Power Plant.
The ocean across Kahe Power Plant.
Mahalo to my dad, David Ishimoto (right), for a tour of Kahe Power Plant and always working hard to keep the lights on for customers. I (left) had a great time learning more about what you do as a control operator.

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Hawaiian Electric

Established in 1891, Hawaiian Electric is committed to empowering its customers and communities by providing affordable, reliable, clean and sustainable energy.